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post #11 of 43
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Pins on the cpu socket. I think i will reseat the cpu first and see then if the problem persists i will rma it probably
post #12 of 43
its not a pin type socket, hence pins will not bend biggrin.gif
post #13 of 43
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Thats what I knew about intel since haswell I think but was not sure entirely. Will reseat tomorrow if i can find some isopripylic alchohool frown.gif
post #14 of 43
its easy to forget or get confused thumb.gif

good luck
post #15 of 43
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Will come back with updates
post #16 of 43
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So I reapplied the thermal paste and reseated the cooler but it seems to be the same in temperatures. XTU Benchmark had a max temp report of 69, XTU CPU Stress test (isolated) had around 68 max from HWMonitor and 66 reported in XTU.

AIDA stability test with FPU + CPU + Cache + Mem results:



Results after running FireStrike in HWMonitor:

Results after running Asus RealBench:

Normal usage temps (writing this post with 15+ tabs in chrome) are mostly around mid/high 30. Outside temperature is 32C so probably ambient around 30 (don't have a way to measure it).

Not sure what else to do, have I really failed to apply thermal paste correctly 2 times or seat the cooler properly ? When cleaning the thermal paste it seemed to cover the entire cpu. I didn't think of taking a picture of the thermal paste applied. I however took a few pictures of the cpu installation. Any advice for me ? frown.gif









LE: Played a game of Overwatch on Ultra settings and occasionally alt-tabbed and checked cpu temps in hwmonitor, they were around 45 everytime I looked at them, but the max reported by hwmonitor was around 62. Still don't know if my temps are abnormal or just a combination of high ambient + not the best cpu cooler, I really don't know what to do.
Edited by ansin - 8/21/16 at 8:39am
post #17 of 43
Seems about right.

Has the CPU been de-lidded and the OEM TIM replaced?
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post #18 of 43
Probably also bad thermal paste seating between the IHS and the die of the actual cpu... Bet if you delided you'd have amazing temps...
post #19 of 43
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Did not delid, no initial TIM on it(since no stock fan, if that is what you were asking), added the one that came with the cpu cooler from CM. Before reseating the cooler I ofcourse cleaned with izopropilyc, and reapplied thermal paste. So should I not be worried ?
post #20 of 43
worried, no.

looking to improve, yes.

if i read your posts right:
look to replace that TIM which came with the 212 EVO with some NT-1, gelid extreme, AC-MX4 or such. that would knock done the temps a few degrees. and also grabbing another fan for push/pull will help quite a bit more.

E:
speaking of fan(s) try looking in your MB bios that the cpu fan curve isn't set for "silent." it's likely not but doesn't hurt to check.
Edited by looniam - 8/21/16 at 9:07am
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